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The current "Main Building" was then opened, and it is one of the older public high schools in New Jersey. It initially was only the "Main Building," as it is colloquially referred to,[ citation needed ] but as time went on and the enrollment grew, the board of education allowed the high school to annex George Inness Junior High School across the street, which is called "the Annex", "Ninth Grade Academy" or the "Freshman Building", in which many of the ninth grade classes take place.
Grounds[ edit ] The school holds classes in two buildings on opposite sides of Park Street. The Main Building of the high school is located on the west side of Park Street, and the George Inness Annex, also known as the Freshman Building, is located on the east side of the street.
Traffic is stopped eight times a day for five minutes between periods to allow students to cross the street. Gym classes are sometimes held at Woodman Field of Essex Parktwo blocks away, and otherwise in the school's four gymnasiums. Montclair High School has an outdoor amphitheatre through which a brook flows, which is where graduation ceremonies are held, weather permitting.
The amphitheater is also the site of pep rallies, concerts, and public movie showings.
The brook is Toney's Brookwhich also runs through Rand Park. Students in grades at Montclair High School can leave the campus for lunch and free periods, by an open campus policy. Trucks park at the school and sell food to students. Students eat in Rand Park, which is partially on the school's campus, and eat at local restaurants and shops.
Awards, recognition and rankings[ edit ] The school was the th-ranked public high school in New Jersey out of schools statewide in New Jersey Monthly magazine's September cover story on the state's "Top Public High Schools", using a new ranking methodology. The team qualified for the We the People national finals in Washington D.
He was awarded the Weston Award in The field house houses restrooms, locker rooms and meeting areas for many of the Montclair sports teams, in particular, football. This competition is highly anticipated by the players and students.
They won the public school state championship in defeating Chatham High School in overtime. Dickinson High School Jersey City. Columbia High School both yearsvs. Columbiavs. Bridgewater-Raritan High School Eastvs. Westfield High Schoolvs. Ridgewood High School and vs. The 10 state titles won by the program are the third-most of any school in the state.
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